The Gamivation Blog
New Client Launch has Impressive Impact on Engagement
Our client’s challenge was twofold. Less then 25% of salespeople were accessing their training tools once per month. A new, standardized selling process had been introduced and needed to be reinforced. A customized site was developed in 30 days. Training videos (voice over powerpoint) reinforcing the sales training and related questions were developed and loaded →
Closing the Competitive Gap in Indirect Sales Channels
Gamivation lists 5 specific pain points must be addressed when training channel partners sell for you. Download the White Paper TODAY to find out – What they are. Click Here
Gamivation is at the Path to Purchase Expo!
Great Brand Ambassadors on the retail floor are increasingly valuable in helping convert your prospects into customers – and we help you create the best. With our highly effective, platform-based process of “Learn, Compete, Win,” we work with Agencies and Brands to develop your sales teams into effective advocates for your brand, increasing customer loyalty →
Gamivation supports SBD’s Evolving Autonomy Study.
Gamivation will be in attendance at SBD’s release event to share the findings of their Evolving Autonomy study on Tuesday, April 26 at the Sheraton Hotel in Novi, MI. The interview study reviewed consumer analysis and asked the question – “Do consumers understand (or even want) autonomous technologies?” Matt Messing, Director of Business Development – →
Gamivation is at the 2016 ISPI Annual Conference
Gamivation will be in attendance at the 2016 International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) Annual Conference in Philadelphia, PA. from April 10th through April 13th. We will be presenting a session titled “Improving Performance through Incentives and Gamified Training”. Ray Wezner, COO, will be attending and presenting. To connect with him at the event, you can →
Gamivation is at CES for 2016!
Gamivation will be in attendance at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas from Monday January 4th through Thursday January 7th. Matt Messing, Director of Business Development – Automotive, will be attending. To connect with him at the event, you can reach him at 248-259-7858 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gamivation is at AA-ISP Dallas
Are you at the AA-ISP Conference in Dallas this week? Gamivation will be there! Join us for our Happy Hour! – Monday evening, from 6:30 – 9:30, we’ll be hosting a Welcome Happy Hour at The Grill On the Alley, 13270 Dallas Parkway. Please join us, and look for our Gamivation team members at the →
Why Gamify? Traditional learning methods are showing their age
Many companies are still using traditional learning methods to train their employees. That’s fine, but those companies really aren’t achieving their goal of a well-educated sales force and aren’t asking “Why gamify?” Instead, the concept of gamifying learning for knowledge retention is moving to the forefront. Remember, however, there is a difference between gamified learning →
Gamivation is at Telematics Update Detroit 2015!
Gamivation will be in attendance at the Telematics Update Detroit 2015 event in Novi, MI from Tuesday night June 2nd at the awards dinner and through Wednesday June 3rd and Thursday June 4th for the main conference. We will also be attending the Telematics and Tonics networking event on Wednesday night, June 3rd. Matt Messing, →
Gamivation Game-Changer: Tying Training to Performance
We had the opportunity to attend the International Society for Performance Improvement‘s International Conference in San Antonio April 26-29. Over 500 attendees focused on maximizing human capital. While training is an important element, the focus of this group is on results and the various paths to achieve it. After having attended several sessions, it was great to learn →